E.M.D.R.

The best technique for traumatic experiences
EMDR

What is EMDR?

EMDR stands for "Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing: a specific technique for processing small or big trauma that may have threatened the sense of personal integrity.

 

What is a trauma

Trauma is any particularly stressful situation in which we have felt in danger, feared for our safety or that of loved ones, or felt a threat to our integrity. It can be for terrifying events (accidents, serious injuries, earthquakes), or less dangerous but still highly destabilizing events, or repeated situations (sexual abuse and violence, domestic violence, repeated abandonment).

 

During a traumatic experience there are no resources to fully process the emotions and sensations, which remain not integrated in the memory, causing a disintegration in the sense of identity.

 

How does EMDR work?

During EMDR, the traumatic event is remembered while an external stimulus helps to activate both hemispheres; in this way access is facilitated to all aspects of memory, including sensations, thoughts and emotions, which are reprocessed and with new associations, allowing to include that memory in one's history and integrate that into one's own personal identity.

 

Silvia Pozzi

Silvia Pozzi

Terapeuta EMDR liv. I

Psicoanalitico freudiano

Francesca Cipolloni

Francesca Cipolloni

Terapeuta EMDR liv. II

Cognitivo comportamentale

Anna Bocchiola

Anna Bocchiola

Terapeuta EMDR liv. II

Cognitivo comportamentale

Giovanna Lodola

Giovanna Lodola

EMDR Practitioner (esperto)

Cognitivo comportamentale e costruttivista

Minerva Medina

Minerva Medina

Terapeuta EMDR liv. II

Cognitivo comportamentale e costruttivista

Raffaela Messina

Raffaela Messina

Terapeuta EMDR liv. II

Psicoanalitico lacaniano

Federica Ioppolo

Federica Ioppolo

Terapeuta EMDR liv. II

Cognitivo comportamentale e costruttivista

Sara Forti

Sara Forti

Terapeuta EMDR liv. II

Cognitivo comportamentale e costruttivista